According to Wikipedia, “Space is the boundless three-dimensional extent in which objects and events have relative position and direction.”
That is fine in its own way, but I want to explore the space beyond objects and events, deep into our personal spaces, in our heads, between each of us, in our lives.
In a recent conversation on Sixty and Me, I enjoyed chatting about memory markers. These are memories that lodge in our minds when we have a new experience and also have the ability to ‘slow down time.’ It started me thinking.
I have been thinking a lot about New Year’s Resolutions lately – why they are so hard to keep and whether they are worth making.
To many people they are a bit of a joke, but deep down I think most of us want 2017 to be better in all kinds of ways than 2016.
I am not by nature a jealous person but now and again I look at someone and think, “I wish I was THAT lucky!”
The longer I live, the more I am amazed at the way the paths of life interweave and lead us down highways and byways we never knew existed.
I am having so much fun being a guest blogger on Sixty and Me. The strength and vibrancy of this community is amazing and I love interacting with you all.
Bridget and I once lived on a little island in the English Channel. We did all the usual things. We got married and had children. Between us, we had various projects, like founding a prep school and running an estate agency. We even wrote a TV cartoon series and founded IVA (International Virtual Assistants).